Wednesday, December 13, 2006

CNN and Vidor, Texas

Last night and tonight, CNN's Paula Zahn is doing a special on Racism in America. Their initial focus was on a small city called Vidor, Texas. While they did highlight Vidor's racist past, they did not point out that all of those racists were Democrats.

Paula Zahn didn't have to go to Vidor, Texas, a city that most of the nation has never heard of. She and her CNN crew could have just gone to Los Angeles, crossed the 6th street Bridge going east, and notice that the area has no Blacks, Whites, Jews, or Asians. Most of East Los Angeles is habited by racist Mexicans who literally terrorize and murder Blacks for being Black. (The link I used connects to a reprinted version the original story that ran in the LA Times about Mexicans murdering Blacks). Attacks on Blacks in East Los Angeles rival the attacks by Democrat Klansmen did during Jim Crow. To date, there is not record of that happening in reverse.

Remember this timeless quote by Former Mexican President Vicenté Fox:
"There is no doubt that Mexicans, filled with dignity, willingness and ability to work, are doing jobs that not even blacks want to do there in the United States."

Latino small businesses rarely offer employment of those who are not Latino and discriminate against Blacks when applying for rental housing in predominantly Latino neighborhoods.

So instead of just pointing out racism and intolerance by Whites, Paula needs to investigate racism by "Browns".

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